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Daybreak Interview: Centerpoint Church Drive Thru Harvest Parade

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Halloween is this Saturday and it will look a little different this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Centerpoint Church...

Daybreak Interview: Advice for families who are not trick or treating this Halloween

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Halloween is right around the corner. While its usually the time of year where children travel door to door collecting...

Trick-or-Treating cancelled in Milledgeville

Officials encourage to trade in candy collecting buckets, for things they can do at home instead.

City of Milledgeville not participating in traditional trick-or-treating this year

MILLEDGEVILLE, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) — Several City of Milledgeville departments and organizations will not be participating in traditional trick-or-treating this Halloween. According to a press release...

Treat Trail includes everyone in downtown Macon on Halloween

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT)- Halloween is filled with spooky parties, haunted houses and lots and lots of candy. And downtown Macon businesses are opening their doors...

Daybreak Interview – 13th annual Thriller parade returns to Macon

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – This weekend, under the moonlight, you can see sights that almost stops your heart. Michael Jackson impersonators and a team...

Is your costume safe for Halloween?

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT)- Halloween is full of fun, candy and an opportunity to dress as anything you wish. But keep safety in mind when...

Trick-or-treating includes children with food allergies, autism

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Nowadays people are thinking of others while celebrating holidays. Halloween is one that is becoming more inclusive for all children. Some...

BCSO and Coliseum medical staff say beware of ‘fake’ Halloween candy

It's the scariest time of year for not only children but also parents. Officials want to make sure Halloween this year is still spooky but also safe.

Local dentist office giving kids cash for candy to send to troops

A local dentist in Macon is buying candy from kids in the community for a good cause other than keeping the cavities away.

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RAFB not impacted by slow vaccine distribution

“We're starting to get vaccines on base you know to the tune of about a few hundred a week.”

Pole dancing classes now available in Macon

"Tip Toe on cherry is a pole dance studio that provides a safe and body positive environment."

Warner Robins hosts special election for open council seat

There's also early voting for the Houston County ESPLOST continuation.

Crawford County, Roberta launch 2021 Comprehensive Plan

The plan is a continuation of what needs to be done in the county, which includes input from residents.